Bruce conducts observing sessions at the American Museum of Natural History with their telescope. As shown, it's fitted with a filter needed to safely view the Sun. Portrait by Zina Saunders, Overlooked New York
|Show your guests the Moon, the planets, sunspots, and more!|
Experienced astronomer will bring his telescope to your event. Call today to book this novel and fun activity for you and your guests.
This drawing shows what Saturn and its moon Titan may look like to you and your guests. Call Bruce to discuss what may be seen at the time of your event.
Children and adults alike are amazed at what they can see from Manhattan. ©Rik Davis.
See the Moon this close up. This photo was taken in New York City through Bruce's telescope. ©Rik Davis.
|has been a director of the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York since 1995 and an Earth and Space Explainer at the Rose Center for Earth and Space, American Museum of Natural History, since 2000. He has conducted public observing sessions in parks and other venues, and he has presented public talks and been interviewed on radio and television about astronomical matters.||Bruce with his telescope, also fitted with a safe solar filter for sunspot viewing. ©Rik Davis.|